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    Somebody needed to make a post in here. It looked empty.

    #2
    it was a pretty quiet sub, even in the old one

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      #3
      I was tempted to make a post, but didn't have anything to say.

      Uh, hello fellow veterans and military peeps?

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        #4
        welcome, suppose we could do some introductions

        what did you do, when did you get out?

        me? i was a crew-chief on F-16's, enlisted for 6 years December of 2000, second day of "work" (out of basic, out of tech schools, out of FTAC) was sept 11th 2001...
        deployed to Kuwait in Dec 02.. OIF started march 20th, so i was there ..watched the buildup, helped my squadron drop 998,000 pounds of ordinance on iraq

        ended up getting out early via "force shaping" in may of 04 (i liked the AF, i did not fit in with my co-workers)
        Last edited by Tracker; 07-24-2020, 08:25 PM.

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          #5
          I did secret shit under the water in places I am not allowed to talk about.

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            #6
            cool, i had big dreams of being a PJ, but decided i would have more spare time as a crew chief (i was wrong)

            kinda wish i had chased the PJ dream,, much respect!

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            • Flounder

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              Not a PJ thought that is a really cool job. I was a submarine electrician.

            • Tracker

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              oh.. well i feel dumb, i assumed your were alluding to underwater demo kinda stuff.. oops

            • Flounder

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              well if the torpedoes left the tubes there would be some demo work underwater.

            #7
            My mind every time I see this thread....

            Your and allstar, get your game on, get paaayyyed. All that glitters is go old.
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            ... Nish deleted it...

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              #8
              Grendel = ex - ET1/SS Nuke 1984-1995 that was disable discharged for a shattered right ankle that happened while running independent PT (Paintball Tournament Gaffney SC in 1993 ) There are many times I wished I had fought the discharge but anyone who was in at the time they were closing bases/downsizing it was not fun to make rank. I had been up for ETC since 1991 but no billets to advance into finally made selection in early 1995 but they would not advance me due to wanting to discharge me. Nukes were not eligible for the early outs so any excuse to dump us they went for it.

              I miss the Navy at times and passed up an opportunity to become an LDO in 1992 because I was an idiot and did not want to end up back in a shipyard as an O3. Should have done it I could have taken being a Nuke Officer in the Shipyard for 3-4 years.
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                Grenadier for 3rd Ranger Battalion. Left Regiment due to FAS(floppy ankle syndrome!) ended up in Korea for a year and then finished out my enlistment as a team leader with 3/504PIR 82nd Airborne.
                Joined in 93, left in 97.
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                Playing since 1986: Stock, Pump, Mech, Electro, tourney, but now mostly rec.

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                  #10
                  2/327 "NO SLACK", 1BCT "Bastogne", 101st Airborne Division "the bitching chickens".

                  Infantry (11B) team leader (E-4), 2005-2009.

                  Iraq twice (Kirkut '06, Tikrit '08).

                  Signed up for 3 years, got stop-loss'ed for 4.
                  If you need to talk, I will listen. Leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I get it.
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                    #11
                    Active duty enlisted aircrew in the Air Force since 2008. Have done Afghanistan (OEF) a couple times and other more unusual places.

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                      #12
                      11B rifle team/squad leader, E-5, 2004-2009

                      Spent all my time in 4ID when it was still at Ft. Hood.

                      2 years in Iraq: 2005-6 around Sadr City and 2008-9 West Baghdad

                      Honorably discharged after serving all 5 years of my 4 year contract.

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                        #13
                        Originally posted by Tracker View Post
                        it was a pretty quiet sub, even in the old one
                        Subs are supposed to be quiet, they lose if they are found.....
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                          #14
                          Nah, if they find you, just have Harland Williams make whale noises...
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                            #15
                            Originally posted by Flounder View Post
                            I did secret shit under the water in places I am not allowed to talk about.
                            So you were a nuke too, SSN or SSBN and when were you in? I did most of my time on SSBN 645 (5 deterrent patrols/refueling overhaul) and then SSN 714. Spent a lot of times "poking holes, 6 knots to no where".
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